Deja vu is a fleeting glimpse into our other lives, on earth and on the Other Side.
There are two kinds of déjà vu.
The first occurs when you visit a certain place, house, foreign country or somewhere that you know you’ve never been to before, and suddenly realize that it is very familiar. When we experience this intense familiarity with an unfamiliar place, it is our spirit’s memories of a past life. When the spirit memories build in the subconscious are stirred so deeply by sights from a whole other incarnation, those memories emerge into the conscious mind. This same kind of déjà vu applies to people as well. We all know people who have seemed familiar the moment we meet them.
The second kind of déjà vu consists of a moment in which every single detail, from what you are doing and saying to what you are wearing, the surrounds and what you are thinking are so familiar that you are absolutely positive that you are re-living an exact duplicate of a moment from your past. These instances never last longer than a few seconds. The moment is always gone in less time than it too us to notice it.
When déjà vu occurs we are experiencing a spirit memory of a trivial detail from the Chart (or Blueprint) we created on the Other Side before we incarnated. For that instant both our subconscious and conscious minds are receiving an affirmation in the form of déjà vu that we are in perfect sync with our Chart.
The Etheric Body is the first layer. It has the same structure as the physical body, including all the anatomical parts and organs. The web-like structure of the etheric body is in constant motion and to the clairvoyant vision, sparks of bluish-white light move along its energy-lines throughout the entire physical body It extends from one quarter of an inch to two inches from the physical body.
The Emotional Body is the second layer and is associated with feelings. Its structure is more fluid than the etheric, and it does not duplicate the physical, but instead roughly follows the outline of the physical body. It appears to be coloured clouds of fine substance in continual fluid motion and extends from one inch to three inches from the physical body.
The Mental Body is the third layer. It extends beyond the emotional body and is composed of still finer substances, all of which are associated with thought and mental processes. This body usually appears as a bright yellow light radiating about the head and shoulders and extending around the whole body. It extends three to eight inches from the physical body.
The Astral Body is the fourth layer. It is morphous – that is, lacking definite shape, and is composed of clouds of colour, more beautiful than those of the emotional body.
The Astral body usually has the same set of colours as the emotional body, but they are mostly infused with the rose colour of Love. This body extends from six to twelve inches from the physical body.
The Etheric Template Body is the fifth layer, and is so called because if contains all the forms that exist on the physical plane in a ‘blueprint’ form. It looks rather like the negative of a photograph. It is the blueprint or perfect form for the etheric layer to take and it extends from one and a half to two feet from the physical body.
The Celestial Body is the sixth layer and is the emotional level of the Spiritual plane. It is the level through which we experience Spiritual ecstasy and can be reached through deep meditation and it extends two to two and a half feet from the physical body.
The Ketheric Body or Causal Body is the seventh layer. This is the mental level of the Spiritual plane. When we bring our consciousness to this level, we know we are at one with the Creator. It extends from two and a half to three and a half feet from the physical body.
According to spiritual literature, a light worker is a spiritual being who is consciously dedicated to the concept of spreading the Light of knowledge, truth, love, harmony and compassion in the wider community and throughout the universe. In that sense, we are all light workers to some extent or will be when we develop our spirituality to the point of conscious awareness of our spiritual nature.
Light workers are said to have certain characteristics in common: a sense of a spiritual mission; a sense of being somewhat different from others in that they may not fit readily into fixed societal structures; for this reason, they are often solitary in nature; they are often anti-authoritarian since they distrust power and hierarchies; they have consciously used adverse life circumstances to develop their spirituality. These are not ‘superior’ souls. They are often ‘older’, more experienced souls, who return to the Earth plane to assist in its spiritual development or souls who are more consciously linked to Source. They are here to raise the consciousness of humanity, to cultivate enlightenment and be a focal point to enable higher vibrational Light waves to counter-balance lower vibrational energies.
If Atlantis existed, why is there no conclusive archeological evidence?
The short answer is: it’s simply not time. Humanity is not ready to understand its remote past. Such a discovery would change the fabric of society in dramatic ways and humanity as whole is not quite ready to take that step. Yet according to the Higher, the evidence is unmistakably there waiting to be discovered. There have been a few finds that have pointing the way and eventually this will open the door to the greatest archeological discoveries of all time.
What was Atlantis really like?
Atlantis went through several periods from primitive beginnings to genuine sophistication spanning vast stretches of time, far greater than the entire recorded history of modern civilization. Also, Atlantis was not an isolated civilization. It was part of a world culture and there were earlier civilizations reaching back to even more remote times.
In the end, Atlantis corrupted itself creating one of humanity’s the darkest periods. As Albert Einstein said about the danger of nuclear war, “I know not with what weapons World War III will be fought, but world War IV will be fought with sticks and stones.” In a sense, this is what happened with Atlantis. Its eventual demise along with natural geological cataclysms has been a major reason knowledge of Atlantis has been reduced to legend.
Yet long before its decay, Atlantis had a golden age. Science, spirituality and society blended together in magnificent ways. Most of all, the veil between the spiritual and the material was not so great and there was a natural understanding and cooperation with the divine. Challenges and trials were still there, but without question it was a marvelous time for humanity.
What is the significance of Atlantis today?
Atlantis shares much with today’s world even though humanity is older now. The rapid development of modern society reflects an unconscious rekindled of Atlantean achievements yet expressed on a grander scale. Civilization today is far more developed overall than it has ever been. There is more spiritual light on the planet than ever before and more opportunity to grow spiritually despite today’s challenges.
History is knowledge and knowledge is power. The significance of Atlantis is its eventual resurfacing will reawaken the recognition of our own potential and collective abilities. Eventually, our society will have to come to terms with its own past so it can take its biggest leap forward into a modern golden age.
Have you had a past life in Lemuria? Lemuria or Mu is believed to have been a continent where heaven really was a place on Earth. The Lemurians are thought of as a peaceful, highly intelligent race of people that existed millions of years ago. In Lemuria, life worked in harmony, all beings were seen as equal and we were deeply reverent to Mother Earth. All knew that a mosquito was no worse than them and the sun no better.
In the 19th century, biologists discovered that there was similar flora and fauna in southern India and Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) and southern Africa. Philip L Schattler proposed the idea of a land bridge between southern India and southern Africa that many then believed was the lost continent of Lemuria.
It is believed that Lemuria or Mu existed where the Pacific Ocean is now and potentially the Indian Ocean too, with pockets of places such as Hawaii, South Pacific Islands, Easter Island, Fiji, New Zealand, Asia, Australia and into the Indian oceans, holding the frequency of Lemuria still today. I was called to spend extended time on Kauai – Hawaii’s oldest island, and one that some people believe still holds the frequency and could have possibly been the capital of Lemuria itself. I feel this Lemurian frequency when I am in places like this. Especially when I am in crystal clear water.
I believe that the first wave of Starseeds to come to Earth lived on the continent of Lemuria. My soul’s memory of Lemuria is one of crystal-clear waters and crystal mountains. With juicy fruit and breathtaking flowers. A paradise, garden-of-Eden type of feeling. Where we were at one with nature and saw everything around us as sentient beings. We communicated with trees, flowers and animals. The beings of Lemuria had special gifts. All were healers. All were team orientated and focused on one love. A soul family type vibe. We were shapeshifters with an ability to change form, using telepathy and were able to move in a similar way to whales, dolphins and birds, both on the land, through the air and the water.
Many myths speak of there being a great flood or cataclysm which brought about the end and sinking of Lemuria. Some went into the ocean and shapeshifted into whales, dolphins and the Mer (Mermaids). Others went underground into tunnels deep in the earth. Others became the stone people. And others fled to other lands. Those that survived went on undercover attempting to integrate with the rest of the planet. It is thought that the Lemurians became the shamans and healers of the globe, sharing their healing gifts and passing them on. This may be why so many of the world’s religions, lineages and healing modalities are so similar when you break them down in essence, because they came from the same place… Lemuria. Some believe that there is a Lemurian civilization living within and underneath Mount Shasta, a volcano in California.
It is thought that at the end of the age of Lemuria, the Lemurians did what they could to store the wisdom and did so by coding it stones and crystals. When I was in Kauai I crossed paths with a shaman who was trained by a lineage of Kauai shamans, she took me to ancient Lemuria guardian stones that held so much wisdom in them.
Perhaps you too believe that heaven really can be a place on Earth. Perhaps you are part of the transition team who at soul level are devoted to creating this kind of harmony on the planet now. It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the state of affairs on the planet right now, but you are being encouraged to keep holding the clear vision of the future; it is closer than you think.
You may be guided to hold the frequency of Lemuria in your own community, family, workplace, or within yourself. Know that it is possible, and while at times it may feel like you are alone, you truly are not. There are hundreds of thousands who hold the codes of this ancient lost land. Keep doing what you are doing and remember: The only way to heal the world around us is to first heal ourselves.
You’ve most likely wondered at some point in your life: what are the true meanings of ghosts, spirits and demons? Below is a brief explanation of these terms and what they mean.
We tend to use the word “ghost” and “spirit” interchangeably but there is a strong difference between them. According to the late Hans Holzer, professor of Parapsychology and writer of around 119 books on the subject, “Ghosts are similar to troubled human beings, incapable of reasoning for themselves. … Spirits on the other hand are the surviving personalities of all of us who pass through the door of death in a relatively normal fashion.”
Ghosts are beings who are tied to the location of their death, usually a sudden, traumatic or tragic one, and they often don’t realize that they are dead. In most cases, they have “unfinished business” as the deceased person does not accept or even understand the way in which they died. The briefest form of unfinished business can be as innocent as a person being attached so strongly to their home that they cannot leave it behind and pass over. Known as “caretakers”, they want to stay to make sure the building is being taken care of properly by future owners and also to their approval. At the end of the scale, unfinished business can take the form of dark energy when a person’s death is extremely violent and unexpected. These beings are not necessarily malevolent, many are mischievous and benevolent who don’t know where they are. In order for them to return home, they need to be guided to their guides on the other side by a spiritual healer for example.
Spirits, on the other hand, are not tied or stagnant to one place. It is believed that spirits are discarnate entities, meaning that they are the soul that has survived when a person dies and no longer has a physical body in which to reside. They are free to move from one dimension to another and can return to us at free will. Often it is just a genuine, emotional tie to a loved one, such as wanting a family member to know that a deceased relative is okay, that can be the cause of a visit by a spirit.
Surprisingly, only a small percentage of paranormal sightings are true ghosts. The majority of them are really sightings of what we call “residual energy” — when an emotionally charged or tragic event is being replayed over and over again, at the same spot, and at the same time affecting other people’s energy in their auric field.
Demons (“maras” in Sanskrit) are not the bloodthirsty ghouls waiting for us in dark corners; these demons are within us. They are energies we experience every day, such as fear, illness, depression, anxiety, trauma, relationship difficulties, and addiction. Things that drain our energy and block us from being completely awake is a demon. The approach of giving form to these abstract inner forces and feeding them, rather than struggling against them, was originally articulated by an 11th-century female Tibetan Buddhist teacher named Machig Labdrön (1055–1145). The spiritual practice Machig developed was called Chöd, and it generated such great results that it became very popular, spreading throughout Tibet and beyond that border. All of us carry demons inside. We catch fleeting glimpses of them, sometimes we witness them in full frontal chaos, but mostly, we ignore and bury their existence either out of fear, guilt or pure shame. Discovering and owning our demons is a vital part of our spiritual journey. As psychotherapist Steve Wolf said: “Beneath the social mask we wear every day, we have a hidden shadow side: an impulsive, wounded, sad, or isolated part that we generally try to ignore.” The Shadow can be a source of richness,acknowledging it can be a path to healing and an authentic life. In other words, the Shadow isn’t just the wounded part of us, the demon, but the path towards a more authentic life. In order to repair, heal, and grow on a mental, emotional, and spiritual level, we need to practice Shadow Work. Shadow Work is a spiritual practice that aids us to become whole again. It works on the premise that you must take responsibility for your Shadow, rather than avoiding or repressing it, to experience deep healing and soul evolution.
“Food for the Moon was first introduced into Western Culture by the Russian mystic of Greek descent, George Gurdjieff (1872-1949). The infamous concept was an integral aspect of the “Fourth Way,” which were Gurdjieff’s esoteric teachings on the spiritual development of man.
The idea of Food for the Moon deals with the paranormal aspect of the slavery of Humanity in which its organic energy serves as “food” for some the cosmic entity we know as the Moon and its parasites that we can not see at another level of existence ie: the paranormal/fourth dimension.
Gurdjieff said, “The Moon is actually a fragment of this Earth, which must now constantly maintain the Moon’s existence. Everything living on the Earth, people, animals, plants, is food for the Moon. The Moon is a huge living being feeding upon all that lives and grows on the Earth.”
In other words, I would simply say that earth and all its organisms’ energies are slaves to a super parasitical mind in the night sky – the Moon. A massive predator in the heavens sending armies of parasites in a chain descending down through the biosphere to Mother Earth in order prey on its host population – US.
Gurdjieff had stated that it was only through “self-remembering” that it was possible for an individual to escape being eaten by the Moon.
A form of Gnosis from the ancient book of Plato who had said all learning is remembering. Its as if these great teachers are telling us we all have the keys ie: knowledge/Gnosis within to free ourselves from the parasitical grips of the effects of the moon.
Gurdjieff’s’ Food derived from humans is said to by vibrations generated by intense human experiences such as fear and hate which formulate unique energies on the collective level which create war and other human tragedies.
With man being less and less conscious of the spiritual realm ie: non-material, these energies that he does not understand and no longer consciously controls can easily be harvested by parasitical organisms. When I look to medieval art by the alchemists and Christian Mystics of yesteryear, I see these teachings clearly spelled out in the battle against the serpent and who Christians call the Great Dragon – Satan – defacto ruler of earth ie: material realm and flesh.
Failing to battle the influences of the moon and its soul-sucking parasites then leads to a type of super slave which causes mankind to act as a drone/zombie who can then perform meaningless work, fight wars and endure cataclysms in which a certain quota of energy vibration can be released into the air to be “Moon fed”.”
“What’s in a Name? We all know that names are used to identify places, things and persons. A name is just a name to some, especially here in our western cultures. However, within many ancient cultures there is an inner-standing that there is a greater meaning of names and the weights they tend to bear on a soul because Your name, when spoken, announces you and identifies your soul energy.
It used to be that when a child was born that the naming process was required, regarded and respected. This was a deep, careful and lengthy process that was only completed by those divined to do so. A tribalman would, on behalf of a family, discover the name of the newly born. This revelation of the name was considered to define the path of the child and his/her life but sometimes a name was not yet ready to be released. Some children would go nameless until it was spoken or provided by the divine ones that imparted the wisdom. Until said time, that child would live nameless. The natives felt a certain scarring of the soul would take place if even a temporary name was placed inapproptiately. This is just how important this was to them in their understanding. This sacred naming process is still used in various cultures but a little lessened than before.
Some cultures that are still familiar with the practice truly know the magic that exist within a name and how it should NOT be taken lightly. Native American, eastern Indian and African cultures still consider this to be an imperative process because a name is a mark…. it is the verbal mark that will be embedded upon that child for eternity or at least of this lifetime. A name with heavy connotation will leave definite energetic impressions on anyone that they encounter and can more importantly alter the path of the soul that carries the name. It matters not that the person is incorrectly perceived. The vibration impression has taken place and can stick with them for life or until they change their name. It’s quite a tricky thing when it comes to sound vibration i.e. our names. We know so little still about how sound frequency affects the psyche and the auric and soul levels from person to person; but this knowledge is growing, so I have hope our humanity will grow to understand this knowledge in the years to come.
“We receive a new name during an initiation to bring us closer to remembering our sacred Divinity“
As we are speaking of changes, there have been many whom later in their lifetime have elevated and taken on a new name that better identifies with them on a deeper soul level. Many times though, a new name is taken or attached to a person because of a profound journey they have either begun or are preparing to walk upon. A new name, in lieu of this journey, will empower them along the way by reminding them of who they are and what mission they are assigned to carryout. A new name opens the soul up to new gifts and so much more than that when deeply inner stood. Furthermore, the vibe of the name propels them and aids them in gaining momentum on the purpose path. All things associated to the person, who they once were etc. more often than not has less weight than before. This includes the labels and titles of character linked to them prior to the elevation.
When considering new mind paradigms I tend to look to nature to gain greater understanding. I found this process and that of a snake to fully synchronize. A snake sheds its skin many times in its lifetime, approximately 4-8 times in its 20 years of existence. Each shed takes two weeks to process and the snake goes into a form of hibernation to complete it. Once it has completed the level up, it is more vibrant stronger and perhaps even longer than before. It detaches from what was once attached and leaves it behind, continuing its path full of newness and purpose. Not once does it look back and say “hey, I misssss my old skin”. Unlike us humans, snakes clearly are wise enough to know that the process of letting go old things and leveling up are truly more important. Like most animals of nature, they only trust that process and know that it is absolutely necessary.
How to attain Your spiritual name? You can ask your spiritual guide or spiritual family to supply your name by way of meditation or even by dream. Both work rather well and builds your relationship with them which is priceless. I highly suggest having a pen and paper handy and some music so you can easily get into the flow and hear what is said. Be sure not to discount or doubt anything you may hear. Write down everything you hear and sort it out later. Also, it is key to keep in mind that it may seem like it does not fit or to large to carry but trust me when I tell you that you will grow into it. I truly understand this now from my own journey. When you learn this new partition of yourself, you may get super excited and want to share share share. Instead, follow up on some deep introspection of what it means for you and to you how you can fit into it now and maybe later understand its origins and once all this is so solid within yourself make the decision to share it with the world and whom with. Doing this prematurely with a person who may not respect your thinking or choice to change may speak in a negative light and make help for doubt to come into the picture literally halting you in your tracks. Be wise with this. Keep your gift sacred because it is and share when instructed.
Another more popular way is by way of a shaman, priest/priestess, oracle or any person ordained to do so. Always sit with what is given and moreover always determine if that person you are sitting with for this service is the right person for you. Once your new moniker is bestowed follow the previous advice and allow it to kind of soak in. As I touched on before, owning the name is important because it accelerates your growth and your journey. Not doing so kinda slows the route and your processes that are meant to get you in alignment with your life path. The more I have accepted my name and stood in its power the more I understand its meaning and when I have a new task within the mission I have taken on arises I know more of the reason why it is so. I have learned in time it aligns with my core self though at first I could not even begin to see how it was real. Allow yourself to be in the flow, you will enjoy the journey greater if you do and feel more gratified by it as well.
These highly rememberable souls influenced our world in major MAJOR ways. They created the many changes necessary for humanity to move forward but first they answered the call to level up and their names within that frequency are held eternally in human history. Cheers to you as you unlock your next level in you soul discovery journey.”
If you speak to someone who studies numerology they will tell you that there is an uncanny relationship between numbers and words. They’ll tell you that letters and words all have a numerical value and weight that is implicit of deeper meaning, connecting other words of similar weight. In fact, this concept has been given merit and studied in relation to biblical texts for hundreds of years. Kabbalist Jewish scholars call this study gematria and believe that there is a hidden code in the Torah that contains clues to current and future events.
The concept of gematria numerology stems from the idea that mathematics is the universal language of nature and within it may be the keys to explaining our universe or evidence of supernatural power. Marty Leeds has taken this concept of the Kabbalistic gematria and applied it to the English language, believing that he has found a cipher in our alphabet to prove this theory.
What is Gematria? In Hebrew, every letter is given a numerical value and those values can be added up to achieve the numerical value of a word. While some might think that this is a system of drawing arbitrary connections, practitioners of gematria believe there to be an intentional context to the sounds of the vowels and consonants that we use in language with an interconnected mathematical meaning.
An example of the influence of gematria in Judaism can be found in the tzitzit, the shawl worn during a Jewish ceremony. Combining the numerical value of the knot, and the number of strands of knots, with the value of the word tzitzit, results in the number 613, which is the same as the number of commandments in the Torah. Or some look at the number of windings of the thread between each knot, of 7-8-11-13, broken down into their corresponding Hebrew letters and find the spelling of God’s name.
Hebrew scholars are not the only ones who have given consideration to the concept of gematria, as it is also common to other religions and cultures. Plato made reference to Greek gematria, and the Abjad numerals are the Arabic equivalent. Many of us even have similar beliefs when it comes to superstitions that are seated in religion, whether we know it or not. 666 is a number we associate with words like devil or beast. Some have found the gematria of 666 to be a reference to Nero Caesar.
Leeds says that it makes sense that a language could be distilled down into basic numbers since we already do this with binary code. The intricacies of everything that is digital can be broken down into 1s and 0s. And science often relies on the simplicity of Occam’s Razor, a.k.a. the law of parsimony, where the hypothesis with the fewest assumptions is preferred or at least the best place to start.
What is Gematria’s Meaning? The main focus of the Kabbalistic use of gematria is on the name of God. The tetragrammaton, or the Hebrew name of God in four letters, YHWH, was the original focus of gematria. Leeds has applied his cipher of the English alphabet to the tetragrammaton and believes there is something there.
He breaks down the 26 letters of the English alphabet into two parts, as a representation of duality in our world. He uses the number 7, representing the seven days of creation, to assign numbers to each letter of the alphabet. He then points to the summation of the non-prime numbers, denoted by the Jewish menorah, equaling 22. When 22 is divided by 7 the result is 3.142, or pi. This is where he says to have found the name of God, in pi, an archetypical number of creation that is central to mathematics, extending infinitely in its calculation.
When the numerical value of the Hebrew letters of the tetragrammaton is added up, they come out to 26, the number of letters in our alphabet. The characters themselves, according to Leeds, look like they symbolize pi begotten by 7 and pi begotten by 7 – or the same way that he has used gematria to break up the English alphabet to create his cipher. In Leed’s cipher, the numerical value of the words Lord and God both add up to 13, which combined equals 26.
Leeds says there is innate evidence like this in many aspects of our world, like with the number three. Three can be found in descriptions of the divine throughout a number of religions. This can be seen in the Christian holy trinity of the Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost or the Hindu Holy Trinity of Shiva, Vishnu, and Brahama. The primordial sound AUM is often spelled with three letters and has a 3 in its character. Time is represented by the past, present, and future and, of course, pi is represented by 3.1415. The 3 degrees and 33 degrees are also very symbolic in Freemasonry.
The evidence of gematria in freemasonry is thought to be seen in the strange way masons letter their passwords. This evidence of a kabbalistic influence dates back as far as the early 1700s. Some have pointed out that the word God is thought to be an acronym rooted in Freemasonry and Hebrew. And Leeds points to the G in the symbol of the Freemason’s square and compasses as having a connection to the number 7 in his cipher. But are these alphanumerical connections evidence of a secret code that is undeniable proof of a creator, or merely coincidental and cherry-picked? What more can we glean from this code if it is significant? Does your name in gematria tell you anything?